Aliyah Williamson netted the golden goal in the 108th minute on Sunday afternoon to propel the Arkansas State soccer team to a 1-0 double-overtime victory over Appalachian State at the A-State Soccer Park.
Several members of the legendary Arkansas basketball teams from the 1990s, including Scotty Thurman, Corliss Williamson, all-time leading scorer Todd Day, and more, gathered at the Embassy Suites for the Hogs Hoops Reunion and Sports Card Show.
A pair of late second-half goals helped the Arkansas State soccer team battle back from a two-goal deficit and ultimately force a double-overtime draw versus Georgia State Friday at the A-State Soccer Park.
Admission is FREE with doors opening at 6:00 p.m. After team introductions, the two squads will square off in two, 16-minute halves with three media timeouts each half. Seats available for season ticket purchases will be marked and available for purchase during the scrimmage.
The team total of 858 (-6) ranks eighth-best in tournament history and the Red Wolves topped Oral Roberts (+15) by 21 strokes for the team honors. The tournament title is No. 20 in the seven-year tenure of head coach Mike Hagen.
Olivia Schmidt led the way in the final 18 with a five-under 67 to rocket over 30 spots up the leaderboard, finishing tied for 13th. Maria Jose Atristain Vega finished tied for fourth after firing a 1-under 71, shooting a career-best 54-hole score of 3-under 213.
Sam Williams and Tavius Robinson pressured Arkansas quarterback KJ Jefferson on a potential game-winning 2-point conversion and No. 17 Mississippi held on for a wild 52-51 victory Saturday against the 13th-ranked Razorbacks after allowing a touchdown in the final play of regulation.
Earle alum Gerry Bohanon had career highs of 336 yards passing and four touchdowns, including a 75-yarder to Tyquan Thornton on the second play of the game, while also scoring on a 1-yard sneak in Baylor’s 45-20 victory over West Virginia on Saturday.
Eighteen former NBA players, including franchise legend Tony Allen and several other Memphis athletes, were charged Thursday with defrauding the NBA’s Health and Welfare Benefit Play out of millions of dollars, reports NBC News.